Meanwhile, in Transylvania, Alexis tells Rodrigo that she's going to Brazil with him. He's excited, and says that to celebrate, he'll light some candles, pour some champagne, and run them a bath. Alexis says, "Cheesy! But it works." Rodrigo exits the room, and Alexis grabs the phone. That's awfully convenient. She hears, of course, Rodrigo talking to Bradford and saying that the plan worked. Alexis looks pissed.
Back at The Middle Ages, Amanda feasts on leg of mutton and a stein full of grog, or something similar. A woman comes up and says she can't believe it's really her. It's the new serving wench from the video, who recognizes Amanda as the old serving wench. Amanda says through a mouth full of mutton, "I know who you are. You replaced me. Step off, Skipper." Skipper says that she didn't want to replace Amanda, and that her whole performance was a home-age to Amanda's. Amanda asks if Marc put her up to this, and Skipper asks if Amanda is Marc's boss at Mode. "Kind of," says Amanda. Skipper notes that all the Mode folks are so fancy, and that Amanda must get to meet a lot of celebrities. Amanda brags that she brought a water to Brad Pitt once and still has the bottle, as Skipper practically faints in ecstasy. So, everyone's happy.
Meanwhile, Alexis tells Rodrigo that she knows he was on the phone with Bradford. He says it was just business and she replies, "Like our relationship?" Oh, snap! Rodrigo tells her to wait, but she twists an arm behind his back saying that she may be a woman, but still knows how to hit like a man. And so does Marc! We've learned a lot of surprising things today. Alexis leaves, but once outside of Rodrigo's room she starts crying and crumples to the floor. I really hope she finds some kind of nasty, fungi-riddled foot and forces Bradford to do all sorts of unmentionable things to it. That shit is not right.
Back at Casa de Suarez, Hilda is telling Ignacio that he has to go to Mexico, and he says that he's not going. He tells her that lawyers make a lot of promises, but he doesn't know if, once he's back in Mexico, he'll be able to get into the U.S. again. He says that Hilda needs to be prepared to step up. Hilda starts to mention Betty, but Ignacio says that she's the oldest, and needs to pull it together. He says that she has a son, is out of a job, and just quit beauty school. She's got the dream, but not the drive. It's a story for the ages. Ignacio tells her that he's not going anywhere until he knows that she's able to take care of the family. And then, Hilda makes the most difficult decision of her life: she cuts her nails. Look away, sensitive souls!